The Moment of Truth is a dramatic game show based on the ability of contestants to tell the truth, even when asked extremely personal and/or damning questions. The show has raised all sorts of criticism due to its use of a polygraph machine to determine if contestants are being truthful, and because some of the contestants have revealed things about themselves, their families, and their friends that are truly sensational.
How Does 'The Moment of Truth' Work?
There's nothing complicated about the game play on The Moment of Truth. The catch is that contestants have to answer some truly tricky questions about themselves if they really want to win some money.
Be a Contestant on 'The Moment of Truth'
Think long and hard about what you're getting into before applying for this show. Production will delve into your past and talk with friends, family, co-workers, and ex-lovers to try and find uncomfortable questions to ask.
Mark Walberg, Host of 'The Moment of Truth'
Mark Walberg is one of today's most talented game show hosts, with an impressive list of hosting gigs on his resume. He does a great job of guiding contestants through the tense and emotional moments on this show.
Controversy on the Show
The Moment of Truth has come under fire for being too sensational, and for using polygraph machines as a means of verifying if contestants are being honest. One contestant in particular caused a stir when she revealed secrets about her love life - in front of her husband and family.
'The Moment of Truth' In Depth
Learn even more about the show through reviews and reports on conference calls with Mark Walberg, and executive producer Howard Schultz.